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THE CENTRAL RECO TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905SIXTEENTH1I 1 gUMs FANCYAND 7 STAPLE FIINTIIE GALORE OLIDAY Chairs Quartered and Plain Oak 1 50 to 650 Chairs Genuine Mahogany Inlaid Backs 750 Centre Stand Tables Quartered and Plain Oak to 850 Reed and Rattan Chairs Settees and Ladies Work Baskets Elegant Patterns Cheap Screens Clocks Childrens Wag ons Rugs Axminister and Brussels Art Squars 9x r 150 I 12 L I s HAMILTON DUNLAPI t l Too SII I LESS I Coal Dirt Smoke I Ashes Etc ILet me warm your II house with a You can have every room warm for the same amount of coal you are useiug In 1 or 2 grates See wrlteor phone me for Q R HASELDEN Roofing Guttering and PLUMBING nA VIOtA rw 1 i CINCINNATI I BootsShoes Rubbers Cost leastWear Best xoWm Herndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky L Office over Stormes drug store R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law G Jat I G I D tist I otnce over ompous QI MORE FURNACE 1 pikes c aaasacsaaur zc csrc aa-oJ usE ARKS TIX Salesman ooeaswoa Swfnebroad- t ce over Police Court room Prompt attention to bnstness HIS FARIS1 tore Danv a et- l 1 Local Notes Get sock ready Court diy next Mondav Circuit court adjourned Saturday The Record will not be printed next week First sno of the season fell last Friday j The new Council promises bet ter streets Dont forge that the banks will be closed MondaV The new Cit Council will be sworn in January firs Why not pay your subscription to The Record Moiduy The Masonic Lodge will work fa the third degree Tuesday night S Ferguson sole to Harry Mc Whorter a black bit for 125 00 There seems to ie penty of money among the Christmas shoppers and merchants report agocd business Travel on both tie day and night passenger trains large The service is A No1 lor which our people are very The new City Coun il u pledged to no parties for appointneits so heres hoping they will study o r the mat ter carefully and Preaching at McCary Eld F M Tinder will at New Antioch on the fifth instead of the regular time this nftith Ser vices begin at 230 p m Money For The money for the Garra county teachers has arrived and paid at my office in Lancaster turday Dec 23 Lewis L A few beautifully dressed were left from the Doll Sale the kindness of Mrs Joseph on display at the store Please and buy C W I M Rev Mr Ogelsvie of Des la preached at the Presbyterian lurch Sunday The congregation so pleased with him that he willliHy be called as pastor at a meeting be held next Sunday w Notice to Teachers j I can make four appointments t si normal school at State College the teachers Applications made before Dec 31 I j 3 Lewis L Wale I W is unpsually tharl fut praye fuly Sun I wl1 be lker J d s Thrl h the re I Mol m s I your City pre eh Teaches F e m f We have the Satteen finish regular 800 price for above price 1 Dont forget that the banks will be closed next county court day 2t Lowneys Candies Fruits etc Zinimers Restaurant On account of the death and funer al of Mr Marksbury the editors fath er inlaw this issue of The Record is printed several hours late Judging from the number of cannon crackers bombs etc being exploded on the streets some of our citizens are overly anxious to show their joy over the birth of the greatest friend man kind ever had Policemen Rothwell and Siler have the thanks of the people of Lancaster for keeping the loating negroes away from the depot Not one coon in ten has any business there and passen gers should not be annoyed by them The many friends of the family are glad to learn of the improvement in the condition of Mr Lige Beazley who has been very ill at his home in Stan ford lIe is well known in Lancaster and has a legion of friends all over Central Kentucky Congregational Meeting The members of the Presbyterian church are requested to meet at the church next Sunday morning at 1030 oclock for the purpose of calling a pastor As this is an important mat ter every member should be present Masonic Election The regular election of officers for Lancaster Lodge No 104 Free and Accepted Masons will be held Wed nesday evening Dec 27 at 730 oclock The members will please take due notice and govern themselves accordingly Plenty to Eat The W C T U will an ex change at their rooms next Saturday beginning about ten oclock and can furnish to eat at the most reasonable prices Plenty of fine cakes salads sandwiches pies light bread in fact everything needed for the table Call early and you will find a splendid assortment to select from Little Boy Recovering The many friends of the family will be delighted to know that little Rob inson Cook who was accidentally shot some days ago is rapidly improving and will be brought home in a few days He is at the Gray Street in Louisville in charge of Dr H H Grant As stated in last issue the eyesight is lost but Dr Grant writes that there will be no serious results I Infirmary I Fruit- Cakes have everything Good Selection At the last meeting of the state Association of Rail Road Surgeons Dr J B Kinnard of this city was elected secretary and treasurer of the The meeting was held in and attended by most of the leading surgeons of Kentucky A Card of Thanks We take this method of sincere thanks to the friends who so kindly came to our relief in the darkest hours that can possibly come to any family We pray Gods richest blessings upon every one who remem bered us Mrs Marksbury and family Wortham Simeon Wortham a former citizen of Lancaster but who has spent the greater portion of his life in Stanford died in that city Friday afternoon the result of a stroke of paralysis re ceived about three years ago lie was 72 years of age and leaves a widow He was a tailor by profession and an honorable citizen in every way The remains were buried in the Lancaster Cemetery rakes Mason Hotel On Jan 1 Mr W R Gaines takes charge of the Mason Hotel and will run an up to date house For several years he has conducted a hotel on Richmond street and built up a good patronage by the good table and other accommodations afforded He puts forth his best efforts and is sure to give good satisfaction at his new stand Mr Gaines is an enterprising citizen and deserves the support of our people Good Man For The Place of Mr Solon B Henry as sexton of the Lancaster Cemetery for another year is a good one and the trustees could not have made a wiser selection The duties are many and the pay small but Mr Henry looks after every detail in the most careful and painstaking manner Lancaster has no more kind hearted honorable citizens than Solon Henry Ward Given Bond The case of Wm Ward for killing Henry Patterson was called In the circuit court just before our last issue was printed and more than two days were consumed in an effort to get a jury All but four had formed and expressed an opinion to the guilt or innocence of Mr and Judge Bell seeing that tile case could not be completed at the term continued the case until court when a jury from another county will be obtained Ward was to ball in tbe sum of Lexington expressing- our I I I I The reappointment I as 2500 iiI r1 organization Ward next admitted SPECIALS Tabourettes Quartered Oak 75c to 125 A large line of Ladies Desks 600 to 1O5O Couches Suites and in fact every thing found in an uptodate Furniture Store Picture Frames a Specialty Come at once and get a nice selection I I I A long and useful life was ended about noon on Tuesday when the spirit of Mil II A B MAKKSBUIiY took its flight for the realms prepared for the abode of those whose daily walk is consistent with the teachings of the Master and who live to the spiritual rather than the carnal He was in his 65th year and had been ill for some time Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church on Thursday forenoon at 10 oclock by Eld F M Tinder assisted by Rev C S Ellis The large concourse of friends and relatives the floral offerings and the reference by the ministers to the life and character of this Godly man evinced tbe high esteem in which he was held and furnished consolation for the bereaved family to whom he left the rich inheritance of an name The sod of Lancaster Cemetery never rested above the remains of a better or a more consistent Christian man and his death was not necessary to call forth expressions of praise and admiration for his noble character as they wese often heard during his life He leaves a widow and five children Mesdames A H Rice of Louisville untarnished s James Staughton of Covington Louis Landram this city Miss Altie and one son Frank upon all of whom his excellent traits are most beautifully reflected He was born in Garrard county and in early life he taught for several years For more than 30 years he was engaged in the commission business dealing in hemp wool and grain having a large warehouse near the L N depot He handled large quantities of these products and be ing honest and upright he was admir ed by the farmers to whom he furnish ed a reliable market at home His influence in private life was felt and appreciated in the family cir cle and among his neighbors He was kind courteous and obliging As a peacemaker he did much to bring commendation from the best citizens In public life his advice and counsel were sought in all matters of public interest and be contributed liberally to enterprise always advocating that which was productive of the greatest good to the greatest number In dispensing charity be was a willing giver and a helpful worker For more than 20 years he the Sunday School at the Christian church during which ot iJ every was Superintendent time he endeared himself to many children some of whom now live in distant lands who will feel the deep est pangs from the sad news of his death It was in this nursery of the church where he sowed good seeds in the mellow soil of the young heart which took root and had much to do in molding the character or determin ing the destiny of the man or the woman His words of admonition have served as beacon lights to lead many souls in the paths of peace and righteousness This was his greatest pride of Ills a great reward will follow Let us emu late such a life for in him was no guile and he walked not in the way of the ungodly M D H Services at Mt Olivet The Second Quarterly Meeting will be Mt Olivet Methodist church on Saturday and Sunday Dec 23rd and 24th Presiding Elder J W Simpson will preach each day at 10 a m and Saturday at 6 p m Communion ser vice Sunday morning Last Notice to Taxpayers As my term of office expires January 1st in order to settle up all taxes I will he compelled to advertise and sell all property on which taxes are not paid by that time January 1 This must be attended to and I will not be n respector of persons ReJiember this means EVERYBODY W L LAWSON S G C Fond of Bro Noel Mt Vernon Signal It is with a feeling of genuine regret that the Baptist church give up their beloved pastor Rev Richard R Noel who has labored so faithfully here for four years Every one loves Bro Noel and his kind words will long be here He will be missed a great deal May heavens choicest blessings be upon him and may his noble efforts be crowned with success In the vinyard of the Lord Memorial Services The regular services or the Sunday school at the Christian church will be abandoned next Sunday morning and a memorial service to Mr H A B Marksbury be held Each member of the Sunday School and other children of the town are requested to be pres ent Services begin at 930 oclock This is done as a slight token of the love children bad for their former su perintendent and one who has done more work for Sunday Schools tbanu any citizen Lancaster ever had workthe lifeand held at remembered r i x 9 r 7 Gorft4rlay kis Wheati V ould appreciate your orders for Tiiiiotliy Hay Straw also for Chopy Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk Flour All kinds of Field Seeds Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON E 1 Woods W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick JBI I lp 1 Brand I I I Ntf V 1 INCORPORATED Yr ei Seed Etc 10 1over 4 rest Statmt condition June 50 1905 KKSOUKCKS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from hanks Baukiug House and Lot Mortgages Gush Furniture and Fixtures 734SO 10 351 00 12213 47 1500 00 00 MJJ 13 1HOO 00 L1A1IIL1TES Capital Stock 10000 CO Fund 5nr Individual Deposits 8 10 lo16ai GO 7 j tsi t1oJcr 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS W C FISH CAPITAL DrpyccroRs GUYN J SR0 j IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGON-I Now is the time to get it We are offering special bargains I on all kinds of I Wagons Buggies Surries PHAETONS ETC To reduce our stock for winter Call and see us I ROMANS ELMORE Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co j i i g j fl II Our are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance rgr YfllL rgMjJglJl X0 rbYlijjlfjl I ID I I I- c fJIltJNJI0Il1jji 1fflff rill OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000 ao 0 0 0000 0 a OD 0 QOooa 1000 a a a De 00 0 00 0 0 0OOOOOOOOO I Customers j CQgooSo o D oD D Amy p oooo Co oooo ole o 0 0 7p o Q 4 0 I I V OOBS DING Like Hot Cakes They Must Get Out as To Our New Store THE Joseph Mercantile Co MOVINGWE ARE IL CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly Year Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association LOUIS LANDRAM Lancaster Ky December 22 igo5 ITS NOW OR NEVER Only a Few Thousand Dollars Need for Lancaster Its Up To The People The gentlemen working on the hotel proposition have met with so much success that the new building is the grasp of the people and it now remains to be seen whether our mon ied citizens are going to take Gage of this great opportunity or fold their hands and let the town lag along at the tail end of the procession and be nothing but the laughing stock of the traveling public Only a few thousand dollars are needed and if this is forthcoming in the next few weeks work of excavating will begin in the early spring and ty next tall Lancaster will have the best hotel in is simply this Will those people who have corralled the money in the town be willing to let some of it be used for a purpose which will bring business to the town cause property to increase in value more houses to be built new citizens to lo cate here or will they keep their cash hidden away where it will not do them selves or anyone else any good is a good town and her people are the best in the world but unless some purse strings are loosened and money put in circulatiun our town will never amount to a hill of beans But its no use wasting words along this line as a tenyear old boy can the case Everybody knows that the hotel should be built and they also know that unless the pres cut plan is adopted and the people pui their money into it Lancaster will never have a hotel or anything else for that matter The men who are able should do so and not sit idly by and depend upon the exertions and contributions of a few public spirited men The Record would dislike to say Lancaster had any citizens who are able to assist in this move but who will refuse to contribute of their own means and expect to thrive oil the liberality of other men That would not look well in cold type Did you know that 316000 worth of property was buHt in Lancaster when the Garrard Hotel was opened to the public That is the amount spent and this is what it was for S C Den ny residence 82500 Dr J B Kin naird addition to residence II M Ballou residence 81500 J C Thompson residence 82500 J E Stormes improvement on residence 500 Dr J B Owsley business block 7000 A great deal more money was spent as a result of the building of the hotel and as money is more plentiful today it is safe to say that Lancaster will again take on new life if the hotel proposition succeeds It can be done and it is up to the people to show their colors Subscription papers are in many of the stores and if you love your town have any whatever plainer words if you have any business judgment make your subscription and thus enable the town to out of the sleepy drag ging rut into which she has fallen We dislike to publish the statement but it is a well known fact that bus ness was never so dull as it is in today Any subscription even as much as one hundred dollars will be thankfully received Under the plan it is absolutely impossible to lose the is safely secured and WILL HE PAID HACK TO TIlE SU1JSK1B EH It seems to us that those who can would cheerfully subscribe to the extent of their ability as any man ought to feel proud that he loaned a helping hand to an enterprise so and so important We are all painfully aware of the fact that many good citizens and families have sold out their business and left Lancaster since the hotel burned and in nearly every case the cause is traceable to the falling off of business since that time As stated above money placed in this improvement is safe it is impossible to lose it and the investment will bring in so many returns that in an indirect way a subscriber will reap a greater inter est on his money than he could pos sibly get by lending it at the current rate of interest The money is in Lancaster quite a lot of it lying idle so let every man put his shoulder to the wheel and thus bring about that revival in business that our little town so sadly needs It can be done and in a way which will work a hardship on no one This matter is the most serious and important one Lancaster people have ever had before them as t means a revival in business the up building of the town and a general awakening of interest in everything that goes to make a good prosperous community The time to act s RIGHT NOW Good Stove for Sale at this office irit too per a and ed to Insure a FirstClass Hotel with- In ad van KentuckyThe Lancaster understand statement 1500 a orIn Lancaster moneyIt worthy I directly absolutely happy I i I tel publicsp get so l LAST ISSUE THIS YEAR The editor having lost six months from this years work it is absolutely necessary that some days be given en tirely to our books and collections so to do this we will issue no paper next week the next issue appearing on January 6th Many weekly papers pass over Christmas week all hands taking a rest but there will be no rest in this shop all hands being wait our customers who need job printing of any kind We will be glad to wait upon our customers and if you are among our patrons and need anything ring 43 and we will be there for the order As this is our last issue for the year of 1905 we beg to express to those Lancaster business men who have spent their money with the Lancaster printing office our most sincere thanks To those subscribers who have taken the paper and paid for it without having to be dunned we are deeply grateful and trust that our humble efforts have given them faction A great majority of the Lancaster people are sincere Chris tians good business men honest neigh bors are for improving the town and ready and willing to put their money and time into anything that will build the community and the opposite class is so small that we had rather live in Lancaster than any town on the map so it is our intention to work harder next year to give you a good readable paper and let the outside world know that we have a good town ever ready and anxious to those wishing to invest in and become citizens amongst Record may have some enemies and there are some men who think they think we can not do good enough for them but we waste no time with them and plug along as well if not better without their You know the old saying about the rose without the thorns so the same applies to all towns and rom munities Fortunately Lancaster has fewer thorns than any rose we know theres no need worrying about the few thornsinthe side of progress in Lancaster If you want job printing and are willing to pay prices come up and we will be glad to see you give you first class work and be under many obligations for the order but if you want to take up two hours time trying to get the work for less than its rightful value please the time of some other printer Again thanking the friends of The Record for their kind support we will close the old years work by wishing each and every one of them a Merry Christmas and a New Year chock full of everything that is good cheerful and for the betterment of mankind Sad Death of Little Boy The death of Oldham the little son of Mrs Hunley Singleton cast a gloom over the community Sunday morning and many were the expressions of deep sympathy for the family The little fellow had been ill only a short time and sudden and serious soon caused the little life to flicker and the spirit to return to the God who gave it He was an excep tionally bright child and was beloved by all who knew him both young and old He was taken ill only about ten days ago and grew rapidly worse death resulting Satnrday night Rev C S Ellis conducted services Sunday afternoon and the remains were in the Lancaster Cemetery The deepest sympathy of the entire com munity goes out to the heartbroken mother and sisters and many am the prayers that God will comfort and console them in their great affliction Garrard County Medical Society The most enjoyable Meeting the medical society has held for some time was that of last week which was held in the cilice of Dr J B Kinnaird The society is composed of all the physici ans of the county and monthly meet ings are held at which a paper is read by some member and then discussed Other matters of interest are brought Up and talked over which is of much profit and pleasure to the doctors Dr Casenberg of Paint Lick read the paper at last meeting and we are told was highly instructive The follwing officers were elected Dr Burnett president Dr Carman of Paint Lick vice president Dr Kinnaird secretary The next meeting will be held at the office of Drs Burnett Amon the last Thursday In January tion adjoined to Zimmers restaurant where a bountiful and elegant supper was spread Some Predictions When is The Central Record going new on streets jocu larly remarked one of the incoming City Councilmen to the editor of this paper the other night The Central Record is not going to put any rock on the streets but as it usually does it is going so keep the people thinking about improvements until there is somthing doing Our stack of blue chips is not very large out we place them all on the new council doing what is right or rather what they be lieve to be right They ate men not only experienced in the downs of life but are conscientious to a fault Record not only predicts new on streets but some new a cleaning up of the alleys the prohibiting of placing trash on the streets and a damper of the blind tiger Industry Our predictions the improvement line have gen panned out so watch this Candies Fruits Cakes etc at Zimmers Restaurant Will exchange several New Home sewing machines for corn Apply to s P cia hereto upon I one receive enterprises usThe worrying patronage consume complications bur- Ied At the put rock the ups and The rock the outcome J A Beazley sati u live and letlive 1 S also nati in in One Of a be is 20 Give Them Proper Training To the parents of children who marked epressional or dramatic talent The Record wishes to call to the excellent facilities by the Flowers Academy of Speech and Dramatic Arts of Cincin This institution offers every ad vantage and if a student is blessed with any talent it will be fully de veloped at a reasonable cost and with the shortest time Condensation studies in line of the proposed fewer years and shorter courses academatic studies professional studies as part of college cour es are some of the departures this school has made If your child is ambitious you make a great mistake in not giving every advantage in the way of Drop a postal to A R Streat man ith and Elm Cincinnati and re ceive catalogues etc To Our Friends It Is our great desire to thank each personally for their many acts of kindness shown us during the dark hour through which we have just passed but as this is impossible we have to resort to the columns of your paper And while we sincerely thank you for every tear every tender word sympathy every loving act and deed yet Honor to whom honor is therefore we bow ourselves be tore our Heavenly Father and with hearts overflowing we thank moving you all to such noble deeds If cup of cold water given in Ills name shall not lose its reward Oh what shall your reward be To Him all the glory the blessing only ours May this sad occasion be a means of grace in drawing you all closer to hint the humble prayer of Mrs Singleton and children As I have decided to go into busi ness in Louisville I will ask those knowing themselves indebted to me to please call and settle at once as I want to wind up my business here so I can get away January 1st and in thanking my friends for their liberal patronage will say that it will still be a great pleasure for me to do them any favor that I can if they will call upon me at 416 W Jefferson St Louisville Ky I will be in connection with the Home Telephone Co at Lancaster J C Ilomphill Give Your Boy a Chance To become a successful honored and wealthly man by attending the College of Kentucky Uuiversi ty Lexington Ky Its Course is practical and heay Nearly 500 young men attend this College annual from states Business Shorthand and Telegraphy specialties S50 has paid for tuition and board for many who are receiving per month salary before attending only 25 per month For large illustrated catalogue free address Wilbur R Smith Lexington PAINT LICK Corn is selling here at 82 per barrel W C D Armstrong spent a few days here tills week Our merchants have quite a display of Xmas goods W C Kell Ri r Richmond was in our city Monday Miss Mary Lear has returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Mrs Manerva Pullins is visiting her daughter in Richmond Dr G W Casenburg left Tbesday for Kansas to visit his father Mr Alfred Champ of Memphis his parents here this week Mr Guy Rice left Monday morning a Western trip for his health Miss Lorella Arnold of Lancaster is visiting Mrs Burdette Ramsey Dr Snoden of Kirksville will move to his home here about Janury first Miss Elizabeth Best has returned from a visit to her aunt in Junction J Adams of Donerail was the guest of his sister Mrs Pattie Eogle man The young people are trying to or ganize a Christian Endeavor at this place Miss Allie Tribble will have an Xmas tree for the benefit of the school Mrs Bettie Griggs has been on a visit to Miss Maggie Patterson of Lancaster Miss Elizabeth Delany of Cincin nati was the guest of Mrs Minnie Jennings this week The Misses Todd entertained quite a number of their friends Wednesday evening very pleasantly Mrs Bob Shater of Indiana is the guest of her sister Mrs Lizzie Shu mate who continues quite sick Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Terry Saturday and Sun day Mr Luther Fish who has been with an abscess on the back of his neck was taken to a Louisville hospital last week Mr Parker Anderson fell from a loaded wagon and was run over by it and badly hurt one day last week He is now in the hospital at Berea It pays to advertise We had a couple of horses for sale and advertised them in the Central Record and in less than a week they were sold to Lexington parties Sherman West has moved to the house vacated by Mrs Spurlock while Mrs Engleman has taken possession of her place vacated by Mr Wes Satisfied there is no place like Paint Lick exhibit attention offered lifework education Him for A Card Commercial 100 Ky vis- Ited on City W I suffering due Paints Oils and Putty Window Glass ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Drug Store Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOO 1 R DESS7 Pr dldent JOHN E STORMES Vice PreiV 5 S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird 6hristmas Goods In Profusion We are iow ready for the Holiday Shopper with more than double the before shown in Danville in the richest and most exclusive Cut Glfa Silverware Gold Filled and Solid Gold Goods Hand Fainted China and hundreds of novelties and works i of art and merit Tee Beauty and richness of our goods could not be better than by the repetition of a remark made by a lady customer yesterday I would come fifteen rifles to see this store just for the pleasure of see ing it expressions are heard every day and we thoroijhly appreciate this spirit of good will and mani festeq gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the grealt store in the state Bear in mind that we engrave or name free of charge upon every article we sell REE Seven grand prizes are offerred free to those guejing nearest the number of seeds in the pumpkin on disjiy in our window First prize 14 H Gold watch hand en ved 15 Jewels Elgin movements Qtical D apartment If your eyes bother you consult ouiiptician No charges UGH MURRAY EWELER and OPTICIAN i DANVILLE KENTUCKY km OOCOOOeOC II II ii II I I ooc OOOOOOCOO rn I113 I ill 13 rr0mijtJ r0FiJrrtJmrilfmWsl I493 2 2 j 0 iif o J 2 4 o v I Ii I S lID 0Go 0 I Jewel yDiamonas Watches I I ther Q Q 0 10 0 S initi t4 0 0 0 o 10 X l I 0 a c oooo i it io rt- t 0 00000000000000 Ot o000000300000 O a o 4 4 0 o g i4 0 OOOCi0000 00000000000 000G00000000040 CJ 4444444444444 44444044444 4- 4i 4 p 4 stocker 1 design 4 Q Q 1 4 4 ll strafed 4 iii ant 4 4 S 4 4X p Q r 444Q4444 7o t t Our prices on American will interest I MOUNT ELKIN o I 1 7- fhFENCE your Gossip About N N V Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are Interested In R Cook has returned from North Carolina Mrs Emma Kauffman has returned from Ashville N C C C Cable of Brodhead has been vis itlug Garrard friends Mrs D M Lackey attended the Craig golden wedding at Danville W II Pope was in Lexington last week visiting Mr and Mrs Mr A J Rice of Lexington was the guest of C T Grimes family last week Misses Lucy and Tounnia Francis visited Mrs Kannie Jones of Danville Mrs C S Ellis and childrn will spend the holidays with relatives at Butler Messrs J W Dalton and Will Golden c Richmond were visitors here Sun juay and Mrs E G Dick of Crab Or chard Springs were visitors here Non day Mr and Mrs Banks Huson have from several days stay in Cin cinnati Mrs Morris Dudley of Lexington is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Hill Mr Ben Herndon is assisting in the Joseph Mercantile Co store during the rush Misses Carrie and Susie Hatcher will leave Wednesday for their new home in Atlanta Misses Maude Forbes and Lyda Hil ton of Brodhead were visitors here a few days Miss Nannie Oakley leaves this week for Dickhand Tenn to spend the holidays Mrs Charles Davis of Lebanon is with her parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs Ophelia Dunn and daughter Ethel have returned from Lexing ton and Midway Mrs J E Stormes has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Arthur Hnb bard of Covington Mr William Lackey and family of McCreary visited Judge R A Burnside and family Sunday Mrs C T Grimes who has been suffer ing with neuralgia and rheumatism for sometime is better Mr and Mrs Geo Spoonamoreof Stan ford have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W M Zanone Mrs Vesta Jordan and children of Hamilton 0 are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey A pretty picture of Maiy Lea Lear bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Lear appeared in Louisville Mrs W C Shelton I J returned Junction l Ple- A j h B t 1 f Miss I i in er Mr and Mrs Robt Walker of Perry ville attended the funeral of Mr H A B yesterday Mrs R L Underwood and little daughter Lina of Lancaster are the guest of her mother of Illinois Miss Alice Maddox who has been the popular guest of Miss AllieArnold returned to Eminence Saturday Mr Jas Burnett of Lawrenceburg has been in Lancaster for several days under treatment of Dr Burnett Miss Rebie Marders of Oakland Miss will arrive Saturday to spend the holidays with Hemp hill Mrs Maria James Mr and Mrs I C James of Harrodsburg were here Thursday to attend the funeral of their relative Mr H A B Marksbury Miss Willie Belle Burnside who holds the position of teacher of music one of Nashvilles leading colleges will spend the holidays with her moth Mrs Belle Burnside Misses Theo Hemphill Irene of Richmond College Annell Tomlinson Bettie West Mamie Bas tin of Campbell Hagerman College Lexington Angie Kinnaird of Staun ton Va will spend the holidays with their home folks MT HEBRON Mr Jas Bratton bought some sboats from Wm Sherrow at 2 per head Mr Edd Naylor and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with relatives in Dean and Miss Edna Mr and Mrs Harvey Dean have from a two months visit with relatives in Clinton Ill Mrs Herbert Roberts spent a part of last week with Mr and Mrs John Roberts in Jessamine county Mr Clayton Preston and wife have moved to the farm recently purchased by Mr Gabe Preston from Mrs Gee Mrs G A Bruce were last Tuesday to the bedside of their son in law Mr Wm Gammons who died Wednesday with consumption The body was interred in Burgin cemetery Thursday funeral services conducted by Rev Robinson Mr Odus Naylor and Miss Fannie Ray accompanied by Mr Lane and Miss Mattie Onstott drove to Rev G W Thompsons and were solemnly united in the holy bondsof matrimony They then went to the grooms broth er Mr Edd Nayior where a nice was served We wish them a long and prosperous journey through life On the 12th Bruce the little son of Mr Gipson Vanderpool passed from this life He had been sick only a short time with rheumatism and had suffered greatly Rev S C Ellis funeral services at the church and the remains were laid to rest in Alt Hebron cemetery The parent and relatives have our sympathy d Times bliss Theo JessamineMrs Sundayinre- turned DuncanMr conducted heartfelt Romans called super p Come and See a Large J Line of Useful Christmas Presents COAL VASES Brass Fire Sets Rochester Ware Chafing and Serving Dishes HASELDEN ROBINSON s r III I 1 I Sets Berlin I I j Y Wrought 1 J r A MANSE Mr Will Royston is some better at writing He has been very sick Mr Jesse Parks and son Dave will soon move to their new home near Manse Miss Mollie Conn and Mr Mac Car ter of Hyattsville were married Wed nesday Mr Clyde van der Maaten and Miss Georgia Dunn spentSunday with Miss Jennie Higgins BEUNA VISTA James Spillman bought of Mrs Bal lard a milk cow for 30 James Spilman leaves this week for a business trip to Kansas Virgil Scott and wife visited rela tives in Jessamine Sunday Messrs Henry Smith and John Ison are spending a few days near Brod head The public schools at Lindendale and Bend school house will close Friday Hopes are entertained for the cry of W P Ruble who is much better at this writing Quarterly meeting will be held at Mt Olivet next Saturday and Sunday Rev Simpson presiding Mr J W Dismukes has repaired his gasoline engine and is again running his grist mill to the accommodation of his many customers POINT Will Wallace of Ohio is visiting home folks this week Mr Bill Yeander and mother of Waco are visiting friends here Mr W C McCallum of Lexington preached at Fair View last Sunday Miss Jessie Ralston of Paint Lick spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs J E Anderson Miss Nannie Rogers has returned home after an extended visit at Dan ville and Stanford Master Roy Nunn of Berea is the week with his cousins Frank and Calvin Rogers The Christian Endeavor of Fair will meet next Sunday evening Everybody invited to attend Mr Humphrey Hill and daughter Hallie spent Saturday and Sun with Mr and Mrs Monk Rogers SARKSBUKY Born to the wife of Mr Ben King a Perry Tuggle sold some shoats to C Robinson at per cwt Carl Perkins little son of Mr and Ed Perkins has been very ill sore throat Miss Susan Sutton attended the lee on Thursday evening of last week by Rev Nelson at Lancaster Miss Katharine Moore closed a very term of four months on last afternoon at Mason school M F Rout has just concluded a to his friends Dr Webb of Nil Rev Blake of Nicholasville Mr Willie Swope near Lexing Rev Carpenter of Lexington who been supplying for the Grove preached his farewell sermon that congregation last Sunday af A Few Reminders I The Wiiliamstown Courier says corn is cut and in the shock and seed is on the holly hock The girl has changed her frock housewife counts her cans of the hunter sallies forth toshoot football fiend begins to root The cakes will soon be here and lasses too will cheer and the childrens faces smear its mess from ear to ear The nuts falling in the weeds the squirrels their winter food the pumpkin are now so good The possums the simmon tree the coon dogs a jubilee across the field the flee as coming danger now they The bird dog hunts the timid but strikes a frightened rabbits The burrs gets in the horses and the autumn winds begin to The apple butter stews and the thrifty housewife stirs and as she reflects upon the piles of shes canned in different styles Lemon Cure for Consumption From a correspondent to Home and is taken the following which is the lemon cure for consump Put a dozen whole lemons in cold and boil until soft not too soft and squeeze until all the juice is sweeten the juice enough be palatable and drink Use as as a dozen a day Should they pain or looseness of the bowels the quantity and use five or until better then begin and use a again By the time you have five or six dozen you will begin gain strength and appetite Of as you get better you need not so many Follow these directions you will never regret it it there is help for you Only keep it up We know of two cases where both the patients were given up by physicians and were in the last stages of consumption yet both cured by using lemons according to directions here stated One lady in particular was bed ridden and low had tried everything that could procure but all in vain when to please a friend she was to use them in February and in April she weighed 140 pounds She is a strong woman now and likely to live as long as of us this Poll s recov LEAVELfJ irJ 425 with ure iven on o ernoon he er tore rabbits 2e ruit ix ourse fal tl1 fully were very money persuaded Nr ore ire arm on oll o ozen se any Mr to My all And in wh J i A The Wherritt Golden Wedding Kmporla Kansas October 27 1903 and Mrs W II Wherritt Lancaster Ky Dearest Frleuds Your very kind invitation be present at your Golden Wedding is and Oh what memories It awakens within our hearts as we try to respond with cordial greetings and hearty congratulations How we would love to be there and join the happy throng that will greet you upon that delightful occasion And while we deeply deplore the stern necessity that forces us to send regrets our souls yearn for the sweet fellowship of the dear old friends of years ago lie Even down to old age my people shall prove sovereign eternal unchangeable love And templesadornLike iambs they shall still in my bosom be borne May the gooJ Lord abundantly bless and comfort and seep you and yours and save you at last is the Your sincere and devoted friends It L COCHRAN AND WIFE A GOLDEN WEDDING Till Hymen brought his lovedelighted hour There joy in Edens rosy bower Away back when Time was yuug and the belightAnd instantly sun moon and stars were sung From Ills almighty fingers into the Trackless realm of the firmament on high When first the morning stars sang together in the furoff orient awoke The rosy dawn the beasts in happy pairs Koamed the forest while swarms of mated birds Filled the ambient air with the music Of their loves Yet man is alone No Intelligent creature of his kind is Near Lavish the wealth of a long pent up love But the omniscient One beholding Ills Unfinished work and commiserating Ills creatures lonely state gave him woman And now name Natures law seems to declare That man as well us brute and fowl shell have Years ag i one William Henry was joined wedlocks holy bonds with Mary Jane And for a full halt century theyve lived In perfect Irene a hand In hand and heart With heart theyve together trod pathway In all these yaars thee basked in heavenssmiles And not a jar has marred their onward course True they hove had their ups and downs but HIS failed them never and though the frosts of Many winters have whitened their locks and Hoary Time has left his impress upon Their once lithe forms the same fond affection That andnervedTheir souls for lifes stern duties has only Stronger grown und still lives nod glows and burns Like a living flame but just enkindled andlovedEver walking in wisdoms ways their souls Have been ripened for the joys of heavu And offering our congratulations Upon their reaching this auspicious day We would wish that many seasons of joy May yet await them in this world of ours And find them in the full flower of life It L C Paragoiild Arkansas October 23 1905 and Mrs W H Wherritt Lancaster Ky Dear Friends We regret very much that are unable to accept your thoughtful furl to be present at your Golden Wed We tender our congratulations and best also our love with tender remember of the past All hell November crisp and clear eleventh daughter of the year thedeargreet thce hath not always brought to me days and sunshine yet I see hand in blessing toll and so I greet Thee days are often full of gloom so my life full oft has proven weary journey to the tomb yet I thank Thee of mj life has gone years are coming on these my last days Father be all for Christ in love for Thee for humanity Father if it is Thy Gracious Will November years my life fulfill I be spared Decembers praise and thank Thce not my will dear Lord but Thine cold December days are mine serve Thee still through decline ever love Thee slop God bless you and yours is the united prayer of yourfriends MR AXD MBS W A YANTIS Lexington Ky October Dear Cousins We regret exceedingly that we will not be able to be with you and we feel that we are missing a rare opportunity how ever we are with j ou in heart though we can not be present and we wish that you may be spared to celebrate many more anniversaries your useful and happy lives Whats the news from Lancaster This bright November morn What does the telephone announce And press and post and horn They that Wm Wherritt and wife A man of some renown Are Laving quite a jubilee In that historic town Fifty years of wedded life They celebrate today Fifty years that mean much To those who come way We wish them well this joyful day They may not be here long But when they leave we know twill be To join the ransomed throng With much love ROSE AND ELIZABETH WILSON South Limestone We desire to thank our kind neigh and friends for the deeds of kind ness and the sweet words of consoltion us during our late bereave meet Mrs J M Walker and family Obituary In memory of little Pattie Ray Roop who died at her home near Buckeye Dec 18 1905 age three months Softly peacefully laid her to rest And placed the turf lightly On her young Gently solemnly They oer the bed Where they pillowed Thus early her bead Lonely sorrowfully They turned away the little grave Where their loved one lay Lonely sadly They went back home Where the dear little one No more will roam Beautiful lovely She was but given A fair bud on earth To blossom in Heaven I dwetno still exchangeexpressThe tentingOn Ir I l Iay 281905 of 1 Sly A Card fr Wa received prayer of worlds g hes treed d drill t d lies so that 66 c I Attend The Great Removal Sale H T LOGANS 2500000 Worth of Clothing Shoes Hats AND Furnishing Goods at Actual COST for CASH Only This is no fake sale but a genuine COST SALE We can save you from 25 to 33 per cent on each and every purchase H T LOGAN ViV Vv 5 Our line of GOODare exclusive and distinct We handle only the Newest and most Exclusive Designs Goods bought of us cannot be Duplicated Elsewhere Our designs are new and our prices are right PSTSSTES ID TJO STORE t i A AI if 0 f 0- I I I I I AT 1- III IIII II 0 1 11 It II 1 I 1 III III III I 0 il J I 7 I I I I i i I t wwwr rtiww r vvw wM HOZ DAY= t r Business and Bargains I have about 100 bushels of corn in shock for sale Want to sell in the pens W 2t Best House and Roofing Paint Haselden Robinson tf If farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne 9 ogtf J A Boner Mgr For sale large Radient Home heat in and sel at a F M Tinder We want you to come and inspect our line of Holiday goods whether you buy or not Frisbies Drug Store 12 1tf Ward is selling all the toys in town He has a lot of nice stuff which is also selling fast 2t Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at AlcCreary J W Hill Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson tf I have just gotten in my Xmas goods I will have the nicest line of candies in town Dont tail to come in R L Underwood Lowneys Candies are the best on earth Present your with a nice box from Wards who handles a full line 2t Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly of roses get ninrns etc andaewill do well to see her p tf tine Miss Fannie Bishop hajrds are young birds for sale P tf and in song Ruberofd RoofingRobinson tf Haselaen Chicago wholesale WANTED assistant man and mail order Iman for this county wterritory and adjoinins paid weekly and money Na position required Write at or experience once for full pa self addressed envelo 1 Men 00 132 LaW II Ward your and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly stove will tf 317 your orders several n or expense adv anent Investment per Iculars and enclose pee t e 4j 0 bargain chrysanthemums canary r man C St Chicago t a Japanese vases and plates in the newest designs at 12 1 tf Drug Store We have an unusually pretty line of Hand painted China 121tf Frisbies Drug Store Our line of fruits and nuts are sec ona to none W II Ward 2t Office Rooms for Rent Rooms over our store Possession I Jan 1 Splendid otlice rooms Mount Elkin tf The leading florist Is represented I C Gaines tlowers promptly j for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf J Fresh barrel homemade Kraut 2t Fresh barrel sorghum at Wards 2D A 2 horsepower Tread wheel good as nevvFor particular see W B Burton Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Our line of Imported goods is the handsomest we have ever shown 12 1tt Frisbies Drug Store Do not wait to buy your Christmas presents but go to at once and get them before what you want is gone 12 1tf Frisbioa Drug Store Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prio Sn and iron roof log also on 106 tf Vi closing watcjI c at cost If soJ rrgains call on 1 P Thompson Buy your Christmas bies Drug Store and get the newestand latest things that the market affords 121tf Property For Rent The new dwelling known as theBenge on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 porches has good cistern and given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton Dont wait to buy Xmas goods until Monday Come this week andget before they are picked over Our be beat Zt MW H Ward I I I For Sale I Drug- Store 11 work out my StOCK you present contains ijrt I C b- Ed furnished a- Wards rri bies erg r t cant y h t ese j R L Underwood pays highest cash prices for all kinds of produce Rooms to Rent for light housekeeping Joseph Faulcocer We have the largest assortment of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on Dan ville sc Beazley Bollou tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Home Journal 1021tf Tobacco Show I will ton of coal to the farm er bringing me tne best five pounds of leaf Burley Tobacco by December 23rd on which day the premium will be awarded by tent judges J AJones Two firstclass family mares Perfectly gentle onebdrS wa gon Mrs Pattie Englemen LaricS3 ter tf Biggest line of fire works ever brought to Lancaster now ready at J A Beazleys on Danville st Beazley tf r Repair Shop I have opened a harness shop at W A Arnolds Livery stable and I am prepared to the best work in repair ing or making harness 1 have bad 14 1 years experience and I guarantee all my work on saddles and harness Dec l8t S B Jennings One Whitman Hay Press Apply to j R P Gregory Point Leavel Want A Gold Watch Free lke P Thompson the Jewler will give a with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of the person holding the largest number of these will be given a handsome gold watch either ladysoi gents Dont fail to get your tickets n buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt makennM glad to have at any old time thatsuits best and where I can makeprices on and saltcheap both in yard or anywhere In 5of this prices toparties wanting car load Willtrade I have for corn andalways paying highest market I or call at office corner Cam and Buford streetI 815tf i Saturday For SlIJe youwant For Sale my office once where I will be hay for feed phone 190 J A Jon given C o T I J I icIT TODAY Ib And o think that ten months ago I looked life this I I owe it to German Syrup flThe timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what can do is now generally presented in thiS Do terse advice we want to about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which have been struggling for perhaps weeks some reliable it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and use a few will cure you completely qXo matter how consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a as it has done in thousands of hopeless cases of qNew 250 regular size 750 At all druggists For Halo bv R B FARM ITEMS Simon Well bought of Jno Lutes of Lincoln county 125 slopping cattle at 3Sc They were delivered at Lancas ter Saturday and shipped Col W B Burton sold a Preston colt 2 yearsold to an Anchorage party for 500 The colt was led to Stanford and shipped Saturday Jlarrodiburg Herald J E White nack has sold 74 acres of land in the Mt Pleasant neighborhood to J P Johnson for 2785 The sale was made by the W T Ewihg Real Estate Agency John B Kennedy of Bourbon coun sy sold to Simon Donnell of Pitts burg Pa fifteen premium Shorthorn steers average weigHt 1750 poundsat six cents per pound The two largest were weighed separately and weighed 3950 and 2000 pounds respectively They will be shown tomorrow at the Pittsburg fat cattle show and will be shipped to England Congressman A O Stanley has in uced two important bills regula nbacco One bill gives to grow right to stem twist and manu tobacco into any form desired a being subject to any intc tax It also provides co shall not be subject hands of any subsequent he other which is in merchants provides e natural leaf shall my internalrevenue ay purcu near Paris a eef cattle said IL aised in the Blue G reraged 1750 pounds and ere two that tipped the 50 and 2000 pounds re w The price paid made an average o 100 per head The cattle are to be shipped to New York and then to London and Liverpool Seventy mares bought by Haggin have been shipped from New York to Elaicntlorf making it the largest breeding establishment in the world owned by an individual The horses added to Elmendorf by the sale will ou o ou several even if dread cureap- parently Robert 1 hen atJ a Nt ir1p spcctivI today is 4 le N ft S I s in t scales give Mr Haggin 500 mares aiid mote than thirty stallions Kentucky farm more land and make the establishment the largest in the world when quality is considered Mr Haggin is now ne gotiating for more horses it is said Present prices on thin cattle looks low says the Breeders Gazette They touched bottom a couple of Next spring they will be worth a a hundred more than at present and many people are taking them out for the purpose of roughing them through the winter Where rough age is abundant and corn scarce this looks like a good policy These cattle can be run on grass next summer and will make cheap beef The main trou ble is that intending buyers are to get their cattle of the requisite quality Those who have that kind are not sending them to the stuck yards which are usually a for trash j iA prominent tobacco man says in the Lexington Leader Since the failure of the Burley Tobacco Grow ers Company the trust Is now master of the situation and as soon as it gets the cream other crop prices are sure to fall The old hue and duction will furnish a pretext for a slump in the market and who hold expecting more money will be disappointed and have to a sacrifice In anticipation of theWhite Burley movement the raisers have been slow in trotting their tobacco ready for market and as a result much of the crop is still in the hands of the growers The top prices now being paid by the Continental is aoout 7 cents but those posted on the predict that it will drop to an avetage of live cents before the season closes Mrs Carl Prewett is much better after a severe spell of rheumatism We hope that every body will he quiet and not try to split the world wide open during Christmas Mr Joe Simpson has commenced moving to Valley View Mr Simpson Is a mighty good neighbor and we regret his going Mr J T Jackson our retiring merchant has moved with his fami y to Lexington were he will engage in the grocery business may success crown his efforts Mr Thomas Hill our clever merchant was married last week to Miss Ida Henry of this county May they live and happy is the wish of their frienda xt Saturday at 11 oclock a m Sunday at some hour are Brother regular appointment at Free closes Broth Pike year as ptstor the membrs on that day call a preacher to the ensuing year school closed this week H Ross our deserving teach as taught one of the best sc b has ever been taught at i for many years Mr to Louisville the first of the attend the State College of mr A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have the terrible torture of Tile1 truthfully say writes Ian of Masonville la that fc Bleeding Itching Bucklins Arnica Salve is the b made Also best for cuts burn injuries 25c at R E McRobertS 1m I oi his It Is the Intenton to buy ago dollar repository I I cryoverpro the growers situation NINA ran d WIth bcl ervlces Ros t and Protrud druggist weks unable seat rover FALL MILLINERY I w1ffieUJJUPMJW My FALL and WINTER MILLINERY is arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I prices rcu are cordially invited BEUME Tin Shop 1 nWe invite you to inquire for prices on 3 Tin Gutte g I and all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and FeltBpofing at astonishing 2 3low a short time 3 s This is your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros I2 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmIDmmmmm Roofing ir a aa price or i fiiU iU IUMl U U iU ji 1 fr av 5 1EO7thPtt MUflp I E E iS I I t 11 ficClSEAUY V A Lear bought a small bunch of e bought of Jno one arailp horse for Mr and Mrs Ilarve Arnold have been visiting Mrs Traylor and family The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Ham has been quite sick but is better at present Hill Jr of this place and Miss Ida Henry of Kirksville were married in Lancaster last Wednesday- L T Uradshaw and wife have from Mercer county where they have been visiting their sister Mrs Curd Time many friends of Miss Susie and Carrie Hatcher regret to learn that they anticipate moving to Atlanta to make that their future home Mr John Prewltt of Madison was mingling with friends here last As he is a well to do bachelor the girls had best keep their prettiest looks on for we believe he means bush Torture of a Preachar The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptistchurch of Y will interest yon He says 1 suffered agonies because of a pesistent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed 1 tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me from consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At R E McRob erts druggist price 50c and 100 guar anteed Trial bottle free 1m TinCanning tho Leisure Class According to the press reports the women of a little Illinois town of 5000 people called Irondale are raising a popular subscription to deport the leisure class of the town The leisure class consists of one man the only idle man in Irondale they do say The women propose to send him just as fat as the money they collect will pay his fare in any old direction and there is to be no return trip ticket We dont know hut what these women are right about it An idle man is a sore that is apt to spread over a whole community Laziness is about as infectious as a plague and just as disastrous to the real elements of a towns strength and progress A plague kills people they are put in the cold cold earth out of sight and out of the way or cremated and the sur vivors go on about their usual occupa tions But loafing does something more than kill It leaves a live corpse walk ing around a community to infect the rest of it It atrophies energy am bition and effort in all sorts of men and it checks the aggressive spirit of youthA may not be so bad a thing to have around as a leper in one way but worse in another lie is more burden to Himself than a leper o those upon whose ability and ness to hustle he is dependant a nuisance a source of indus tion a seed of mortal pest chronic loafer and he ven out of any town rnished with a ticket re and kept mov reaches that place noved ofT The ladies right in tincanning Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash had a bitter battle with and liver trouble butat last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Bitters 1 unhesitatingly recon tmnd them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee o do the same for you by R E Mc Robets druggist at 50c a bottle Try hem today 1m ONE NIGHT OUT loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via QUEEN ftCRESCEN ROUTE AND SOUTHERN ffe THREE T JNSA DAY CMca Ma Special run itua IfLB 1150 A QBCem W vf Bt Dd Birmingham Solid tniln ClneinnKi Special ville to New Orl and Blrmlnghs HCIO JC PftTA- W A OltKKTT W j c shoats at Grous Wearen Saunders 100 Mr Tlmomps returned Sunday ness N heis to tlmoedge c ass chronic stomach Electric AK410M 4 44 oth I t I I loPM 4 reuso hattanjPOFta1U NewOrlesu a S reduced r54 oron sle a clas W Zeli aappIy QaiRiflsMOI1 Te- S BRiEF BUT lOIlTTED A man can be sweet without being iresh Rams Horn In choosing for the present do not forget the afterward There is no heaven for the man who will not try to gain it The frontier is reached when a strong will Is the pioneer God and all His holy angels are on the side of the man who attempts that which is good The only inheritance open to the slothful man is in the unmapped king 3om of the Might Have Been Any woodchuck can undermine a tower but only a man can build it A fool may undermine a faith but inly a Christ can restore it i Blessed is the man who stands up or what he believes to be right but blessed also is he who is gifted with the sweet spirit of Christian charity The Infinitesimal Soul An old miser who ventured to criticism a minister whose salary was behind land and who had publicly requeste that the deficit be made up soon rudely demanded of the preacher Parson are you preaching for souls or for money The parson replied with pos sibly an undue acerbity I am preach ng for souls but I cannot live on hem If I did it would take ten thou sand little ones like yours to make me i breakfast It is difficult to estimate pirits in terms of linear sot it is certain that the souls of some men judging by their actions must be very small indeed Congenial Spirits Billee awfully fond of novelsNanette you know our tastes run in the same litrary groove Which do you find the six best digest ers Puck Only a Brain Cell Cholly Theres little in my mind worth striving for in this world that wouldnt fool No one would ever think of looking City Drovers Telegram In Mad Chase Millions rush mad chase after health one extreme of faddism to another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels lar with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at R E Me Roberts drug store guaranteed 1m Important Notice As Christmas day falls on county court day the banks will be closed a that is a legal holiday and paper to would be void The banks will also be closed on the following Monday New Years Day Remember this and attend to business on the Saturday preceeding 2t To Hunters If you would know which abounds in turkeys duck quail squir rels and other small game with many a good chance at deer get copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins on the Frisco It tells about hunting and fishing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on request by A Hilton General Passen ger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo t tf A Parents Best Gift To A S a Business Course Shorthand typewriting or Telegraphy at Wilbur R Smiths Business College Ky This famous College has thousands of successful young men located all over America among whom are merchants bankers officials and others in this vicinity A course at this College prepares one at the least expense to protect his own business or to get a position For particulars write to Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky It GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just ssused a New Valuable up to date Vail Chart of three Sheets six each 28 inches wide 36 inches long The first page shows an entirely Jew Map of Ohio the most Jid exact ever printed In bringing his Map up to date all new towns re located all Electric and Traction ailroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the jovernorsOn pages of this Magnificent are Maps of the United States vith portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal one with data to the great Canal now being built by the Jnited States one of the 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and Be Cured If a few years ago someone had said vou can cure catarrh by breathing air charge with a healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and it remained for toad cmiment investiga tor R T Booth to discover in Hyomei this method of cure Hyomei has performed almost cures of catarrh and is today by leading members of the medical prof ession as the only remedy that can be relied upon The complete outfit of Hyomel costs 100 and con sists of an inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of tlyomei Breathe Hyomei through the inhaler for a few minutes times a day and it will cure the worst case of catarrh soothes and heals the mucous of the air passages prevents irritation and effects a complete and lasting cure In Lancaster there are scores of well known people have been cured of by Ilyomei If It does not cure you R E McRoberts will return the money you pay for Hyomei This is the strongest evidence that can be offered as to his faith in the remedy WHO TILLS YOUR j This branch o our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given to the art of Dispensing PhvsicdnS Prescrip lions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very bust Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc Commissioners Saie of Laud GARilJTHD ClKCUIT COUUT A C Robinson Committee of Mrs Sallie Owsley Plff vs Mrs Sallie Owsley Willie Belle and W II Greenleaf Defts By virtue of a judgement in the above action rendered at tom November term 1905 of tIme Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY DEC 25 1905 publicly before the court house door in time city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the bigbest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Lancaster Garrara county Kentucky and was conveyed to by deed from 0 P Hill and wife dated October 1888 and recorded in time Garrard county clerks ollice in deed book 9 page 440 and described as follows ad joining the extension of Lexington avenue in said town and de scribed as follows Said lot of land ex tends from time west side of said to the turnpike road leading from Lancaster to Lexington ana is bound ed on the north by the lot conveyed to said Hill by John on the south by the property sold by J D Johnsons to Jesse G Sweeney and has a frontage of 118 on time Hill extension and all the ground between tbe lot sold by John sons administrator to Sweeney and DonohueSaidTERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of ent surety for the purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commisioner G per cent per annum from day of sale until paid having time force and effect of a and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner of Garrard Cir cult Court J B Paxton Atty for Plff Dec 8 1905 SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and arc superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well ten you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians miraculous advertised to dojust what tour membrane catarrh COOC OO X I Ispecialattention I I XI I I I I I IWSFISH Paint avenue embraces requiredto Interest mayIssue LOulsvlll Ky I cognized it claims PR1SCIPTIONSI x Lick K- yXQOOcOO4 Oc HOWES PJc 1b- LGLASSEsL a Hew Treatment for the pores of the skin which beau tifles the complexion people especially ladies are annoyed scaly skin and blotches Such ail are generally treated with cold cream face witch hazel prepai ations etc which only afford temporary relief if The trouble of the pores of the skin If pores are healthy and their duties the complexion will be the person from some chronic trouble- A Louisville chenibt has succeeded in perfecting aproduct as to the face and hands or any part of the tle pores removes all unnatural obstructions by stimulating the circulation and induc perspiration Paracamph sweats out the trouble It washes out the pores of the skin makes them healthy and active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin finish to The This new being used very largely by complexion specialists with the success endorsed by all physicians owing to the fact that it pure and harmless can be purchased at firstclass drug store or your dealer docs not keep order direct from the factory The price is within the each of all Sold only in 25c ace and jlOO bottles Manufactured by The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky C C J E Stormes Miss Sallie Til let has an elaborate line of distinctive HEADWEAR 1B direct from the Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and S see the new styles tg SALLIE D fiLLET Im POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice J II Rigsby RG Pettus D M Anderson J L Hutchins Sweeney Morgan Wm Coldircn S C Rigsby Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill II C Miller W S Ferguson WRCook WL Lawson MrsDaniels Election Notice There will be an election held by the glmre holders of the National Bank of Iiui caster at Us bank building January 9 19CG for the purpose of electing thc directors for Cashier Dec 4 1905 blac 1lents inactivity oodunless known bod X 7 I Millinery I e 0 S I AJ Tompson WA Wheeler K the ensu- Ing year S C DEXXY h g i an me preparations ands 0c k NOTICEI QUICKLY CURED BY and TarThere is no case on record of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other serious lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It will cure the most obstiiiate racking cough and heals and strengthens the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar has cases of incipient Consumption and even the last give comfort and relief Foleys Honey and Tar gives to sufferers as it relieves the difficult breath ing at once Remember the and substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs- N Jackson of Danville 111 writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tarwhich cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Gentlemen Foleys Honey and Tar cured me of Consumption after 1 had suffered two and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief the last one said ha could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first and am now sound and well and think Foloys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Three 50c 100 i The 50 cent size contains times as much as and the SlOO bottle six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED IY For sale bv CC IE Stornies That Smooth finish So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Election Notice There will be mi election held at the Citi lens National Hank on Tuesday January 9th 19X to select five directors to serve the lug yci j B F HUDSON Cashier Dee 4 1JOj HOARSE COUGHS STUFfY COLDS F ey s Hoo y 0 nameFoleys dose jj y r sizes25c tw andonehalf the smallsize j LaundryIf 5 I V ell u I s almost Most of the companies of my Agen cy have continously transacted business in Lancaster and Vicinity for over thirtyfive years without fear and with much favor IIinIUIIn A J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 LEWIS Y LEAVELL President WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL lsio SURPLUS fio t B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIGNKY Asst Cashr C DWALKEII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DISECTOitS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold iFREEBy 0 j J J t J I J n 4 I 4 The Vital CenterNo Man Stronger than his Stomach Let Miona Strengthen your Digestive System fr The stomach is your vital center No man Is stronger than his stom ich The average man measures his physical vitality by his heart his kid leys or his lungs Yet it is the stom ich that should first be considered when you cast up the account of healthEvery organ of the body is sustained and nourisbad by food which isconvert ed into nutrition in time stomach and conveyed toevery part of the system in the form of blood For this reason when the a maCh 1S T fro1it 7 strengthened 5 1 with MIo na and Is able to convert the food into nourishment all other organs soon become well This explains many cures of heart liver or kidneys dis eases in the cases where Mio na is used It is most wonderful health restorer known and Is sold by R E McRaberts under on absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it restores health lust one little tablet of a 50 cent oox of MirOna for a few and will soon see a great improvement in your out days health It k yir S